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The Higgs Boson explained

The Higgs Boson explained

(7.44) Great description of the work going on at CERN in the hunt for the Higgs Boson.

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cengland0 cengland0 (2051 days ago)
Awesome explanation of the Higgs Boson. I took a tutorial on how to read the data from the collider and this video simplifies it for those that have not gone through the training. A must watch for anyone interested in science.
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Awesome explanation of the Higgs Boson. I took a tutorial on how to read the data from the collider and this video simplifies it for those that have not gone through the training. A must watch for anyone interested in science.
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Guest: Beau Guest (2051 days ago)
Utter nonsense - they can't even spell 'bejillion' properly.
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Utter nonsense - they can't even spell 'bejillion' properly.
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Guest: Tiny Tim (1988 days ago)
So why is it 'Utter nonsense'? What's your point? Don't just make a statement and then not back it up with your reasons. Or is your reason because a word was not correctly spelt and this negates the whole sub-atomic particle theory?
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So why is it 'Utter nonsense'? What's your point? Don't just make a statement and then not back it up with your reasons. Or is your reason because a word was not correctly spelt and this negates the whole sub-atomic particle theory?
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Guest: Alan M (1549 days ago)
Latest comment: Given the evidence of opposing pairings in so many other aspects of physics, it seems arrogantly unscientific to blithely state that there is no such thing as negative gravity.
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Latest comment: Given the evidence of opposing pairings in so many other aspects of physics, it seems arrogantly unscientific to blithely state that there is no such thing as negative gravity.
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